hockey_GoDz

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Forum: Expansion Draft17 oct à 14 h 24
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>OlegP</b></div><div>As a Canucksfan. If Benning gives up another 1st rounder he’ll be fired, tout de suite!

Even the JT Miller trade. It worked out well but he didn’t need to give up a 1st rounder in that space of time.
Look at Vegas they accepted a 3rd rounder for Schmidt. As Vegas was desperate to shed salary as was Tampa in 2019.

Benning actually learned something with negotiations.

Eriksson can stay on the books this year.
They are not a contender in 2020-21.
2021 with a year remaining and 4 million in real salary on 6 million cap hit. He can easily be traded to a floor team. Gudbransson went for a late round pick to Ottawa. Same situation smaller real money compared to cap hit. Owners will love that next year especially as more teams bleed money without gate revenue. It should be almost en vogue as cash will be king with many owners right now not willing to play next season without gate revenue as Bill Foley confirmed on radio this past week.

Not once has a 1st rounder been traded this year in a salary dump.

Staal has one year remaining at same cap hit and same salary and went for a 2nd rounder as a sweetener.

There’s no chance in hell That Eriksson goes for a 1st rounder as a sweetener. 1st rounder ELCs are gold in this climate.

The difference between a 1st rounder and 2nd rounder is massive.
You are talking 60% chance of an nhl’r to 25% as a 2nd rounder. Then, the upside is so much greater as a 1st rounder.</div></div>

i think u give benning to much credit for learning from his mistakes. i dont think he had any choice but to let tanev and marky go i think he was given order by ownership internal cap..
Forum: Expansion Draft17 oct à 14 h 22
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>hockey_GoDz</b></div><div>i cant see why seattle would want soucy .. if im guerin no way im giving up greenway. and as for the 3 players u mentioned theodore . vegas was paid to take him .. same with tuch and marchy. that was how vegas got smith by taking marchy. florida needed both them off the books. and tuch was giving up along with a 2nd so wild didnt lose one of the defensemen at the time. i agree it will be much tighter with seattle that is why i more cap causialitys in there. teams are gonna give up future over established or high value propects. have to remember seattle is paying huge fee
to enter the league and each team get a nice chuck of that. all except vegas they dont get the money but they dont give up a pick. team will take that in account also. i'm paying 5 mil to pick 1 from ur team. i'll pick the piece u want to give but it will cost. or ill pick what i want. imo the wild dont need to give up anything. and stalock should be fransis choice. i dont think wild will leave greenway exposed.</div></div>

also u have to remember the entry draft comes before the regular draft and the cap can be over by 8.15m right up til the season starts. they could eat 1/2 of brown subban ladd salary and get other stuff .. at 9m subbans value is horrible at 6m someone may jump on him. same with other overpriced but seattle can retain that value for the limited time. and brown at 3m instead of 5.9 would have value to a team that want grit .. ect. this is fun to guess. but if i get more then 10 of these right i ll be totally amazed :)
Forum: Expansion Draft17 oct à 14 h 14
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>OlegP</b></div><div>Everything looks good besides Minnesota pick. Why would the Wild not lose a defensemen? if 3 protected? Or lose a forward, if 4 d are protected? Much better goalies available than Stalock!

They'll take Holtby instead from Vancouver instead of Loui and Greenway/Soucy/Dumba from Minnesota.

I don't think teams will give incentives this time after teams like Anaheim lost Shea Theodore, Minnesota lost Alex Tuch and Florida lost Marchessault as incentives.

Incentives will be given from trades outside the expansion like Tyler Johnson from whichever team he goes this season. These other awful deals like Loui Erikkson, Kyle Okposo and James Neal are not possible to trade without giving up too much unless they are given to a floor team like Ottawa

I realize this is an experiment but

Also you are over the cap. Kraken wont go above the floor at expansion. They'll take bad contracts after expansion</div></div>

i cant see why seattle would want soucy .. if im guerin no way im giving up greenway. and as for the 3 players u mentioned theodore . vegas was paid to take him .. same with tuch and marchy. that was how vegas got smith by taking marchy. florida needed both them off the books. and tuch was giving up along with a 2nd so wild didnt lose one of the defensemen at the time. i agree it will be much tighter with seattle that is why i more cap causialitys in there. teams are gonna give up future over established or high value propects. have to remember seattle is paying huge fee
to enter the league and each team get a nice chuck of that. all except vegas they dont get the money but they dont give up a pick. team will take that in account also. i'm paying 5 mil to pick 1 from ur team. i'll pick the piece u want to give but it will cost. or ill pick what i want. imo the wild dont need to give up anything. and stalock should be fransis choice. i dont think wild will leave greenway exposed.
Forum: Expansion Draft17 oct à 14 h 04
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>OlegP</b></div><div>Everything looks good besides Minnesota pick. Why would the Wild not lose a defensemen? if 3 protected? Or lose a forward, if 4 d are protected? Much better goalies available than Stalock!

They'll take Holtby instead from Vancouver instead of Loui and Greenway/Soucy/Dumba from Minnesota.

I don't think teams will give incentives this time after teams like Anaheim lost Shea Theodore, Minnesota lost Alex Tuch and Florida lost Marchessault as incentives.

Incentives will be given from trades outside the expansion like Tyler Johnson from whichever team he goes this season. These other awful deals like Loui Erikkson, Kyle Okposo and James Neal are not possible to trade without giving up too much unless they are given to a floor team like Ottawa

I realize this is an experiment but

Also you are over the cap. Kraken wont go above the floor at expansion. They'll take bad contracts after expansion</div></div>

5 nhl defensemen 2 1st and 2 prospect + 5 RFA defensemen.. best option from the wild is stalock or talbot and i would choose a back up in stalock.
eriksson comes with a 1st .. brown comes with prospect .. neal comes with 2nd and 2nd .. okoposo comes with 1st and prospect .. ladd comes with 1st and prospect.. buried buyout .. further trades with money retained .. using vegas as a model .. tightening it up a lot compared to what mcphee got . R. Fransis knows what he is doing . based on what is available on each team. just guessing. cap will prob be flat again going into the 21-22 season. so some very hard decisions to be made. honestly allen and stalock . seems a good tandem to roll with 2 other goalie that will compete for playing time and 3 prospect goalies in the costs. there . very nice mix of vets and RFA's for 1st yr. then seattle would have some major work to do in the offseason. but should have all but 2 of the vets off the books.
so they can really start to shape the team.
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